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Altering the Limitations of Pitching Machines

I read an article sometime back that I wanted to share with my followers for the sake of discussion. https://www.baseballamerica.com/stories/how-to-ma... It centered on how to use pitching machines to get game day results. This article presents a status quo understanding of batting practice that disregards some foundation principles of physics. I simply want to distance my company from the status quo mentality. Pitching machines have been around for over 100 years but their perceived benefits aren't based in physics or science. 

In their current form pitching machines aren’t capable of producing pre-pitch data similar to a pitchers body; which produces an event horizon. A cascade of interference patterns from within the EM field that crest near the release of the pitch, providing probability information regarding timing and precise destination of the pitch regardless of its path to home plate.All pitching machines force hitters to generate swings via long loop reflexes regardless of the speed or angle of the ball. They lack certain forms of spatial information which in turn prevents hitters from engaging spatially with the machine.  Since the reflexive response by the hitter’s brain isn’t initiating its swing based on release point, spin or angle of trajectory from the machine, it seems illogical to place much value in the information derived from the use of pitching machines.  

We are attempting to resolve some of the fundamental flaws associated with the machines in our R&D here at V-Flex Technologies Inc.  We are in the process of reverse engineering the visual information necessary for the brain to acquire interference pattern information associated with actual probability data within the EM field. Without it a hitter’s brain has virtually no way of initiating a conditioned reflexive response. Mont Lee at Clemson and Allen Gum at UCA will be the first in the baseball industry to test our new adaptations for pitching machines in the coming weeks.  I’m scheduled to be at Clemson on Aug 30th and 31st. 

Altering the Limitations of Pitching Machines

I read an article sometime back that I wanted to share with my followers for the sake of discussion. https://www.baseballamerica.com/stories/how-to-ma... It centered on how to use pitching machines to get game day results. This article presents a status quo understanding of batting practice that disregards some foundation principles of physics. I simply want to distance my company from the status quo mentality. Pitching machines have been around for over 100 years but their perceived benefits aren't based in physics or science. 

In their current form pitching machines aren’t capable of producing pre-pitch data similar to a pitchers body; which produces an event horizon. A cascade of interference patterns from within the EM field that crest near the release of the pitch, providing probability information regarding timing and precise destination of the pitch regardless of its path to home plate.All pitching machines force hitters to generate swings via long loop reflexes regardless of the speed or angle of the ball. They lack certain forms of spatial information which in turn prevents hitters from engaging spatially with the machine.  Since the reflexive response by the hitter’s brain isn’t initiating its swing based on release point, spin or angle of trajectory from the machine, it seems illogical to place much value in the information derived from the use of pitching machines.  

We are attempting to resolve some of the fundamental flaws associated with the machines in our R&D here at V-Flex Technologies Inc.  We are in the process of reverse engineering the visual information necessary for the brain to acquire interference pattern information associated with actual probability data within the EM field. Without it a hitter’s brain has virtually no way of initiating a conditioned reflexive response. Mont Lee at Clemson and Allen Gum at UCA will be the first in the baseball industry to test our new adaptations for pitching machines in the coming weeks.  I’m scheduled to be at Clemson on Aug 30th and 31st.